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"Here he is, ready to be introduced 
to you. Winnie-the-Pooh." 



THE CIRCLE 



Circle Board 
1962 

Editor-in-Chief Sue Boynton 

Faculty Advisor Mrs. Bruce Bugbee 

Val Crane Cammy Moore 

Mary Lou Currier Barbara Stone 

Pauline Gray Kathie Krause 




'Pooh de Bear, most faithful of my Knights.' 



DEDICATION 
Mrs. Hartford Powel, Jr. 



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Mrs. Crane 







"Winnie-the-Pooh 
sat down, put his head between his paws, and began to think.' 

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FACULTY 




"If anyone knows anything about anything, its Owl 
who knows something about something. . . ." 



English Department 




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Mrs. Paul Werner 



Mrs. John H. Sisson 



"You cant help admire anybody who can spell Tuesday, 

even if he doesn't spell it right; but 
spelling isn't everything." 





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Mrs. John Greely 



Mile. Marie Barratte 



French 
Department 




"Bonhommy," went on Eeyore 
gloomily, "French word meaning 
gaiety." 





Mile. Germaine Arosa 



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Mrs. Gerald D. Ferris 




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Miss Edith Jones 



Latin 
Department 




Mrs. Paul DeGavre 




Miss Margaret Howland 



History 
Department 




Spanish 
Department 



Miss Blair Danzol 





Miss Dorothy Judd 



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Mrs. Thomas Reese 



Miss Mary Minard 

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Miss Dorothy Dains 



Mathematics 
Department 




Miss Carolyn Goodwin 



Mrs. James Burns 



Science 
Department 




"To discover what?" said Piglet anxiously. 

"Oh just something." 

"Nothing fierce?" 

"Christopher Robin didn't say anything 

about fierce. He just said it had an '%'." 




Miss Pamela Tinker 





Mrs. George McKinley 



Miss Eleanor Tucker 
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Physical Education 



Stoutness exercises in front of 
the glass. 




Miss Carolyn Pike, Miss Jorunn Buzzi, Mrs. George Butler, Miss Shirley 
Ritchie. 





Dr. Hans Sidon— Bible. 



Mrs. Dorothy Quintal— Typing; Mrs. J. T. Whitney, 
Mrs. Walter Greenall— Language Training. 



Music 
Department 




Standing: Miss Tingley, Miss Warner, Mr. R. Coon. 
Seated: Mrs. C. Stahle, Miss Chang. 



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Miss Isabel Hancock 



Infirmary 




'Just in time for your 

Strengthening Medicine' 



House Mothers 



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Mrs. Dorothy Potter 







Miss Marian Perkins, Miss Kathleen Ayre, Dr. Michael Gravallese. 



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Mrs. Lilian Elhs, Mrs. John Levo, Miss Lilla Connolly. 

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School Business 





Mrs. Mary Howe Baker 
Librarian 



Miss Hope Coolidge, Dietician and House Superintendent; Mr. 
Gardner Sutton, Comptroller and Business Manager; Miss 
Catherine Sullivan, Alumnae Secretary. 



Administrative Aids 




Front Row: Mrs. George Richards, Mrs. Malcon Sachse, Mrs. Perry Wile. 

Back Row: Miss Louise Robinson, Mrs. Caroline Eaton, Mrs. Henry Davies, Mrs. Arthur 

Neumark, Mrs. Frank Brainerd. 

Missing: Mrs. John O'Neil, Mrs. Matt Novak, Mrs. Frank Di Clement. 



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SENIORS 



do remember, only Pooh doesn't 
well, so that's why he likes hav- 
ing it told to him again. Because then 
it's a real story and not just a 
remembering." 




CHARLOTTE MAY ABBOTT 

3 Maple Street, Wilton, New Hampshire 

1958-1962 "Sugar" 

Vacation on the beach . . . "God has nothing to do 
with it" . . . "It is not a gum band." . . . Pete . . . 
Silence speaks. 

Class Play 2; Corridor Proctor 2, 3; Davis Hall Mar- 
shal 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Language 
Laboratory Proctor 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; 
Sunday School Teaching 4; Choir 4. 





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SALLY ELIZABETH ALLEN 

105 The Vinyard, Kenwood Station, Oneida, New York 
1959-1962 "Sal" 

Efficient . . . The accompanist . . . musically inclined? 
. . . "Guess how many letters I got today?" . . . 
"Wommsie" . . . Ayee? . . . "Hurry Up!" . . . "Do I 
ever." 

Choir 2, 3, 4; A.C.A. Representative 2; Honorable 
Mention 2; Class Play 2; Corridor Proctor 3; Vice- 
President of Class 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; 
President of Student Government 4; Madrigals 3, 4; 
Head of "Erratics" 4; Social Committee 3. 




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REBECCA ANN BARTLETT 
3628 North Van Vanness Blvd., Fresno 4, California 
1959-1962 

Those spring vacation cruises . . . "He's about as tall 
as I am . . ." "Ayee?" . . . "It is positively gauch." 

Honor Roll 2; Honorable Mention 2; Courant 2; 
W.U.S. Representative 2; Class Play 2, 3; A.C.A. 
Representative 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Chairman of 
Bazaar Committee 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Secre- 
tary of Student Government 4. 







BARBARA ABBOTT BICKLY 

1520 Beech Street, Texarkana, Arkansas 

1961-1962 "Barbie" 

Vanderbilt . . . "The South will rise again" . •. . "Surely, 
laaamb" . . . always writing letters. 

Prom Committee 4. 



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CHARLOTTE HAYES BLAKE 

Starwich Road, R.F.D. 1, Greenwich, Connecticut 

1959-1962 "Boonie", "Bonnie" 

"Love those Georges" . . . "Myaee" . . . deadlines to 
meet . . . Wommsie . . . "Wow" . . . "Winstons, please." 

A.C.A. Representative 3; Class Treasurer 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Varsity Softball 3; Bazaar Committee 
Chairman 3; Class Play 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; 
Varsity Hockey 4; Debating 4; Cynosure 2, 3, Editor- 
in-Chief of Cynosure 4. 






ELIZABETH HAZARD BOHLEN 

324 Lewiston Street, New Haven 11, Connecticut 
1958-1962 "Bambi" 

Innocent Alice-in-Wonderland features . . . perfect 
sculptor's model . . . Seen in the art studio or lounging 
in a black velvet robe . . . "oh yeah." 

Varsity Archery 1; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Fire Lieu- 
tenant 2; Bazaar Play 2. 




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SUSAN RUTH BOYNTON 

81 Rue Les Feuilles, Saigon, Viet Nam 

1959-1962 "Sue-B", "Sue", "Sue-Doe" 

Phone calls on first floor . . . Yale . . . Monhegan . . . 
"them aatists" . . . "It took me six years to grow" . . . 
"obviously" . . . "excellent" . . . "No, I'm not Viet- 
namese." 

Honor Roll 2, 3; Student Play Director 2, 3; Courant 
2, 3; Class Vice-President 3; Bazaar Executive Com- 
mittee 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Sub- Varsity Tennis 3; 
Social Committee 3; Prom Committee 3; Student 
Forum 3; Circle Editor-in-Chief 4. 







BRENDA ANNE BRADLEY 
Alden Street, Duxbury, Massachusetts 
1960-1962 



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That voice . . . "oh 
"I am not feeble" . 



. oh" . . . "I'm on a diet" . . . 
"Frankly I want to go sailing." 

Corridor Proctor 3; Fidelio 3, 4; First Team Soccer 
3, 4; Class Play 3; Choir 3, 4; Madrigals 4; Griffin 
Cheerleader 4; School Song Leader 4. 



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BEVERLY JOAN BROWN 

Box 28, Woodstock, Connecticut 



1958-1962 



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Brown? . . . "I'm going to wait until it grows out" . . . 
"May I borrow your alarm clock?" 

Honorable Mention 2; Honor Roll 3; Class Play 1, 2, 
3; Brooks Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4. 




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ELIZABETH ANN BRUNS 

Knollwood Farm, Fayetteville, New York 
1960-1962 "Betsy", "Betsy-B" 

Exercise leader on second floor new wing . . . "Cool 
as a moose in a stream and twice as hairy" . . . "meow" 
. . . "Oh, rats!" . . . "It's posture week." 

Honorable Mention 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Mod- 
ern Dance Group 3; Davis Hall Marshal 3; Executive 
on Bazaar Committee 3; Griffin Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Madrigals 4; Head of Posture Week 3; Vice-President 
of Student Government 4; Head of Demerit Council 4. 



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KITTY CAULK CECIL 
P.O. Box 1188, Easton, Maryland 



1959-1962 



"Kitty" 
. . "It's cold" 



Cats . . . Lawerenceville . . . "Lish?' 
. . . "Hey, that's cool!'' 

Fire Marshal 2, 3, 4; Class Play 2; Bazaar Play 2; 
Talent Show 3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Lan- 
guage Laboratory Proctor 3, 4; Corridor Proctor 4. 







MARY CATHERINE CONCEMI 
17 Cyr Drive, Lawrence, Massachusetts 
1958-1962 

Varsity smoking . . . That straight skirt . . . "Oh, 
poopsie" . . . "What makes your head so red?" . . . 
"You know what I mean." 

Class Treasurer 1; Numerals 3; Debating 3, 4; Social 
Committee 4. 



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JOAN ANDREE CONRAD 

1380 Rluebell Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 

1959-1962 "Andy" 

That Elfin quality . . . The patter of little elephant 
feet . . . "oh, yea?" ... a rose and a beer bottle. 

W.U.S. Representative 2; Modern Dance Group 2; 

Class Play 2; Bazaar Play 2; Sub- Varsity Tennis 3; 

Fidelio 4; Debating 4; Walk Leader 4; Courant 3, 
Editor-in-Chief of Courant 4. 





LINDA ROBINSON CORSON 

2013 Church Road, Flourtown, Pennsylvania 
1958-1962 "Taffewo", "Taffy' 



Crazy sneeze . . . "Cool' 
. . . W and L. 



1 really don't like that" 



Corridor Proctor 1, 2, 3; Class Play 1, 2; Fire Lieuten- 
ant 2; Chapel Proctor 2, 3; Debating 3, 4; Varsity 
Tennis 3; Sub-Varsity Hockey 3, 4; New Fidelio 3; 
Fidelio 4; Social Committee 4. 




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BETHIAH BEALE CRANE 

9 Abbot Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Beth", "Bo" 

Quiet enthusiasm . . . Wesleyan . . . "Has the day- 
student mail come down yet?" . . . "After all ..."... 
"I really don't understand it." 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention 1, 2; Day- 
student Proctor 1, 3; Class Secretary 1; Class Play 1, 
2, 3; Vice-President of Class 2; Varsity Basketball 3; 
Varsity Softball 3; Courant 3; Varsity Hockey 4; Presi- 
dent of A.A.A. 4. 







VALERIE CRANE 

Manchester Center, Vermont 



1958-1962 



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"Did you hear? . . . It's snowing in Vermont" . . . 
"pathetic" . . . flamindroes . . . "go on" . . . "Forget it." 

Honorable Mention 1; Chapel Proctor 2; Varsity La- 
crosse 2, 3; Captain Varsity Lacrosse 3; Numerals 3; 
New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Yearbook Board 4; Varsity 
Hockey 4; Captain Varsity Hockey 4. 



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MARY LOUISE CURRIER 

61 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1958-1962 "Mary Lou", "Currieroni" 

Rracelets ... "A license?" . . . the car . . . "Oh reallv?" 

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. . . "Seriously." 

Chapel Proctor 1, 2, 3; Varsity Fencing 2; Varsity 
Lacrosse 3; Gargoyle Hockey Captain 4; Class Play 
1, 2, 3; Executive Committee of Bazaar 3; Day Student 
Dance Committee 3; Numerals 3; Debating 3; Fidelio 
4; Study Hall Proctor 4; Yearbook Board 4. 



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JUDITH JEAN DAVISON 

239 North Adams Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 
1959-1962 "Sandy", "Judy" 

Those ears . . . and smile . . . Brown . . . "Oh Gaul" 
. . . bewildered . . . chapel talks. 

Class Treasurer 2; Fire Marshal 2; Junior class Dance 
Committee 2; Varsity Softball 3; Corridor Proctor 3; 
Student Forum 3; Head Chapel Proctor 3; Gargoyle 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Debating 3; A.C.A. President 4; 
Student Council 4. 




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CAROLYN DOW 

Waldingfield Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts 
1959-1962 "Dowser" 

Water, water, water with ice . . . have a ring . . . 
"Why" . . . "How many minutes to scrub a face?" . . . 
"What, what, what?" 

Fire Marshal 2; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; First Team 
Hockey 4; Debating 4; Honor Roll 4. 







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NANCY LYON ELWELL 

1281 Roosevelt Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York 

1960-1962 "Nanc", "Nancee" 

"Obviously" . . . the beauty and the beast ... "I like 
being tall." 

Debating 3, 4; Chairman of Razaar Committee 3; 
Talent Show 3; Fire Marshal 3; Sunday School Teach- 
er 4; Study Hall Proctor 4. 



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CYNTHIA EVERETT 

162 Centre Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

1959-1962 "Cindy" 

"I like horses and music" . . . exercises . . . "Yea, 
Dartmouth" . . . "Good grief" . . . "We don't look 
alike." 

A.C.A. Representative 2; Corridor Proctor 2; Chapel 
Proctor 2, 3; Class Play 2, 3; Chairman of Bazaar 
Committee 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Head of 
Riding 4; Sunday School Teaching 4. 





SHERRIL ANN FARR 
Bradford, Vermont 



1960-1962 



"What time is it?" . . . "Oh! skiing" . 
done your Latin?" . . . That petit look. 

Cynosure Staff 3; School Editor of Cynosure 4. 



"Sherry" 
"Have you 




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CAROL ANNE FIELD 

280 Rumstick Point, Rarrington, Rhode Island 

1959-1962 "C.A." 

"Can you guys be quiet, please?" . . . "please wipe 
your feet before entering" ... "I always wash my 
hair before breakfast" . . . always on time. 

New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Corridor Proctor 3, 4; 
Sunday School Teaching 3, 4; Chapel Proctor 4; Rusi- 
ness Editor of Cynosure 4. 




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HILARY DEAN FIELD 

19 Fox Hill Lane, Darien, Connecticut 
1959-1962 "Hil", "Hilanj-D.", "Hilly" 

Real blond hair ... "I know this guy ..."... "Just 
drop by anytime ..."... "Okee?" . . . real organi- 
zation. 

Archery Varsity 2; Honor Roll 2, 3; A.C.A. Representa- 
tive 2; Class Secretary 2; Debating 2, 3; Class Play 
2, 3; Class President 3, 4; Chairman of Razaar Com- 
mittee 3; N.E.S.G.A. Representative 3, 4; Secretary of 
Debating 4; Walk Leader 4; Sunday School Teaching 
4; Fire Marshal 4; Prom Committee 4. 



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CHRISTINE ELLEN FISHER 

410 North 10th Street, Marshalltown, Iowa 

1959-1962 "Chris" 

"Do you bleach your hair?" . . . Avid guitar player . . . 
"Oh, Hey" . . . "Yea, I know." 

New Fidelio 2; Fire Marshal 2; Fidelio 3; Fidelio 
Librarian 4; Cynosure 3; Circulation Manager of Cyn- 
osure 4; Chairman of Razaar Committee 3; Class Plav 
3; Griffin Song Leader 4. 





EDNA RUTH FOSTER 

10 Cherry Street, Wenham, Massachusetts 
1958-1962 "Edie" 

Those famous Saturday leaves . . . R.R.R. . . . "Oh, 
How romantic" . . . "Don't be so silly" . . . "You 
should see me drive." 

Vice-president of Class 1; Honor Roll 1; Fire Marshal 
2; Chairman of Razaar Committee 3; Study Hall 
Proctor 4; Language Laboratory Proctor 4; Chairman 
of Senior Parlor Committee 4; Sunday School Teach- 
ing 4. 



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LOUISE GETZMAN 

Box 215, Longville, Minnesota 

1960-1962 "Weezey", "Getz" 

Showers before breakfast . . . "New York, here I 
come!" . . . "I'm wearing my sun glasses because I 
broke my others" . . . found anywhere but on second 
floor, new wing. 

Head of Talent Show 3; Corridor Proctor 3; New 
Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; A.C.A. Representative 4. 




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JULIE ANN GILBERT 

217 Spring Glen Terrace, Hamden, Connecticut 

1959-1962 "Judy", "Gil" 

"What?" . . . many worries ... "I stuck my foot in 
my mouth again" . . . "But I don't look like a chicken." 

New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Davis Hall Marshal 3; 
Debating 3; Erratics 4; Sunday School Teaching 4. 



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KAREN GRANT 

18 Tewsksbury Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Karen" 

That Abbot Stride . . . intellectual boys . . . Studies 
and Sports . . . "Oh, really?" . . . perfect smile. 

Day Student Proctor 1; Honor Roll 2, 3; Class Play 2; 
Numerals 2; Honorable Mention 3; Chairman of 
Razaar Committee 3; A Society 3; Vice-President of 
A.A.A. 4; Cynosure 3, 4; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Var- 
sity Softball 3; Walk Leader 4. 








KATHARINE MAYHUGH GRANT 

Rlinn Lane, Middlebury, Vermont 

1959-1962 "Kitty" 

Much musically inclined . . . Vermont and skiing . . . 
"I really like tennis" . . . always heard . . . singing. 

Corridor Proctor 2; New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; Razaar 
Play 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 3; Class Play 2, 3; 
Rrooks Play 3; Chairman of Razaar Committee 3; 
Cynosure Staff 4; Madrigals 3, 4; Erratics 4. 




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PAULINE LIVINGSTON GRAY 

153 East 82nd Street, New York 28, N.Y. 
1959-1962 "Pablo" 

"Oh, yeah!" . . . "Don't hurt Mary Mae's virgin ears" 
. . . "Timothy Marlboro is our man." 

Honorable Mention 3; Bazaar Play 2; Class Play 2, 3; 
Fidelio 3, 4; Sub Varsity Tennis 3; Yearbook Board 4. 







GLORIA LESLIE HASELTON 

82 Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts 
1958-1962 "Bonnie", "Bon 

Enthusiasm plus . . . perfect hair and complexion . . , 
"no kidding." 

Secretary of Class 1; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3 
Numerals 3; Honor Roll 3; Honorable Mention 3 
Lacrosse Varsity 3; Soccer Varsity 4; Fencing Varsity 
W.U.S. Representative 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4 
Treasurer of Day Students 4; Demerit Council 4 
Class Play 1, 2, 3. 



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ALICE VIRGINIA HELFFERICH 

Paper Mill Road, Hebron, Connecticut 
1960-1962 "Helfferlich?", "Ah-leece" 

Quiet . . . long hair and innocent ( ? ) eyes . . . "Dam- 
nation" . . . oriental room. 

Brooks Play 3; Fidelio 4; Madrigals 4; Courant Board 
4; Study Hall Proctor 4. 





MARGARET LUISE HENRY 

38 McKinley Rd., Forbes Pk., Makati, Rizal, Philippines 

1959-1962 "Peggy" 

In Manila . . . "Aynaku" . . . rush at meals . . . 
"Yes, I am a twin" . . . "I'm allergic to the first week 
of school." 

Corridor Proctor 2; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; Head of 
Bazaar Committee 3; Class Play 2; Talent Show 3; 
Madrigals 4; Cheerleader 4; Class Treasurer 4; Er- 
ratics 4. 



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JENNIFER ANN HESKETH 

355 Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut 

1960-1962 "Jen" 

"Anyone want to go to the food store?" . . . "I'm des- 
perate" . . . "Peg, I got a letter from Manila" . . . 
hair curling at 9:25. 

Honorable Mention 3; Chairman of Bazaar Commit- 
tee 3; W.U.S. Representative 3; Chapel Proctor 4; 
Chairman of W.U.S. 4; Cynosure 4; Sunday School 
Teacher 4. 




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NANCY ELLEN HILL 

Old Post Road, Bedford, New York 

1959-1962 "Nance" 

That blond hair . . . Horses and Art . . . "Don't call 
her Cynthia" ... "I won't cut your hair!" 

Class Play 2; Chairman of Bazaar Committee 3; 
W.U.S. Representative 4; Sunday School Teaching 4; 
Senior Parlor Committee 4; New York Times Rep- 
resentative 4. 



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KARIN RITA KAISER 

930 Hale Street, Beverly Farms, Massachusetts 

1959-1962 "Karin" 

". . . and all the rest of it." . . . that cute smile . . . 
"I've got so much to do." . . . tiny waist . . . always 
seen working on Music Theory. 

Fire Marshal 2; Class Play 2; W.U.S. Representative 
3; Co-Chairman Refreshment Committee of Bazaar 3; 
Sunday School Teacher 3, 4; Fidelio 4; A.C.A. Rep- 
resentative 4; Griffin First Team Hockey 4. 





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CLAUDIA KERR 

44 Highland Street, New Haven, Connecticut 

1959-1962 "Cluck", "Kerser", "Kerso" 

"In New Haven ..."... remorse . . . petite . . . 
intelligent eyes . . . stamp, stamp, stamp . . . "round, 
strong arms" . . . Sphynx. 

W.U.S. Representative 2; Director of Bazaar Play 2; 
Cynosure 3; Class Play 3; Brooks Play 3; Class Presi- 
dent 3; Chairman of Bazaar 3; Fire Marshal 3; Honor 
Roll 2, 3; Tennis Varsity 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Language 
Lab Proctor 4; Library Committee Chairman 4. 




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SUZANNE KETCHAM 
1 Cherry Lane, Westfield, New Jersey 
1960-1962 



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"Oh, darn!" . . . that tall thin look . . . Vassar . . . 
bright eyed and bushy tailed . . . love those cat naps 
. . . always seen: eating oranges and potato chips and 
onion dip. 

Debating 3; Cynosure Staff 3; Sub- Varsity Tennis 3; 
Cynosure Board 4. 








KATHRIN ANN KRAKAUER 
1958-1962 "Kathy", "Krackle", "Krak" 

"Listen, if you're all quiet we can get this over with 
quickly." . . . "It was just terrific" . . . those millions 
of sweaters . . . always seen— busy. 

Class Play 1, 2; Numerals 2; Chapel Proctor 2; A.C.A. 
Representative 2; Class Proctor 2, 3; W.U.S. Repre- 
sentative 3; A-pin 3; Soccer Varsity 3; Softball First 
Team 2, 3; Abbot Booth Bazaar Chairman 3; President 
of Day Students 4; Student Council 4; Soccer Coach 
3. 4. 



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KATHIE PAMPEL KRAUSE 

8 Elliott Street, Exeter, New Hampshire 
1959-1962 "Mouse" 

"Darn it Enoch!" . . . "Is that a fact" . . . "I'm growing 

it too" . . . Monhegan, also . . . "Art for Art's sake" 

. . . Do you always wear your hair messy? 

Forum 2; Courant 2, 3; Proctor 2, 3; Fire Lieutenant 
3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Class Secretary 3; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Class Play 2, 3; Varsity Softball 3; Secretary 
of A.A.A. 4; Varsity Soccer 4; Circle Board 4. 



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CAROLYN DAVIS LAAFF 

81 Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Cowl", "Laaffer" 

"No kidding" . . . "True" . . . "Well, I'll tell ya" . . . 
five snowbanks and two cars . . . Those rocks . . . 
always seen driving. 

Class Play 1; Modern Dance Group 2; Day Student 
Dance Committee 2, 3; Varsity Lacrosse 3; Numerals 
3; Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Study Hall Proctor 
4; Fidelio 4; Day Student Initiation Committee 4. 



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BARBARA POTTER LARNED 
2446 Mandeville Cyn. Rd., Los Angeles 49, California 
1960-1962 "Polly", "Pol" 

"Well, Goll ..."... "My soul has a thirst for God" . . . 
"She's really obnoxious" . . . "California's the best." 

A.C.A. Representative 3; New Fidelio 3; Honor Roll 
3, 4; A.C.A. Secretary 4; Fidelio 4; Choir 4. 







LAUCHLAN MORRIS LEARNED 

38 Canterbury Hill, Topsfield, Massachusetts 
1959-1962 "LisK 



"Oh, drop your head." . . . "constructive insults" . . . 
"That's me, I'm quiet." ... "I like Ace." . . . "No, 
really." 

Honor Roll 2, 3; Talent Show Committee 3; Chairman 
Bazaar Committee 3. 



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MARTHA CURRIE LYMAN 

59 High Street, Greenfield, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Marthie" 

"Anyone for bridge?" . . . "What's that got to do with 
the price of beans." . . . ice cream . . . "c'est la guerre." 

A.C.A. Representative 4; Class Play 1, 2, 3; Corridor 
Proctor 1, 2; Chapel Proctor 3; Bazaar Committee 
Chairman 3; Honorable Mention 3; Honor Roll 3; 
Fire Marshal 1; Sunday School Teacher 3, 4. 



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ANNE MacDOUGALL 

190 Middlesex Avenue, Wilmington, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Mac", "Dougall" 

"If I get a telephone call I'll be in the library." . . . 
"Mmmmm ..."... "frasythsias." 

Class Play 1, 2; Proctor 1, 2; Executive Bazaar Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Vice President of 
Class 2; Secretary of Class 3; Sub— Varsity Tennis 3; 
Assistant Art Editor Courant 3; Art Editor 4; Davis 
Marshal 3. 




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SUSAN PYNCHON MALLORY 

North Rock Ridge, Greenwich, Connecticut 

1960-1962 "Sue", "Mai" 

Coffin Nails . . . "Marde!" . . . Black Hands Society 
... the Woodland Crew . . . Ominous notes from the 
bank . . . Doctor Sax . . . Time to twist. 
Bazaar Committee Head 3; Debating; Library Com- 
mittee 4. 







MARTHA LENOX MASON 

62 Hoodridge Drive, Pittsburgh 28, Pennsylvania 
1958-1962 "Mase" 

"Phenomenal" . . . The Green . . . "Open the window" 
. . . gum band . . . Boston coffee cups . . . The Smoky 
City. 

Corridor Proctor 1; Numerals 3; Debating 2; Class 
Play 1, 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; A.C.A. Repre- 
sentative 4; Sunday School Teacher 2, 4. 



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NANCY CONNELL MATTHEWS 

Rosebrook Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

1959-1962 "Connie", "Cem", "Nan" 

"The Chairman" . . . Male mail . . . "Let's do some- 
thing" . . . Marines . . . "My stomach's so hungry." 

Secretary of Class 2; Class Plays 2, 3; Language Lab 
Proctor 3; Fire Marshal 3; Chapel Proctor 3; Griffin 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Study Hall Proctor 4; 
Social Chairman 4; Varsity Hockey 4. 





CAROL ANN MOORE 

11 Pine Ridge Road, Topsfield, Massachusetts 

1960-1962 "Cammy" 

"Oh Phooey" . . . intelligent . . . "I'll be there in just 
a minute" . . . "Candids, please!" 

Chapel Proctor 3; Co-Chairman on Razaar Commit- 
tee 3; Honor Roll 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Corridor Proctor 
3, 4; Erratics 3, 4; Choir 4; Yearbook Roard 4; Head 
of News 4. 




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LYNNE ETHEL MORIARTY 

22 Haverhill Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Lynne" 

Bostonian accent . . . "I'm going social" . . . P.A. 

Gargoyle Cheerleader 1; Day Student Dance Com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3; Day Student Initiation 2, 3; W.U.S. 
Representative 2, 4; Class Play 1, 2, 3; Varsity Fenc- 
ing 3; Talent Show 3; Chapel Proctor 4; First Team 
Soccer 4; Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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FREDRICKA MULLER 

Box 155, Newtown, Connecticut 

1959-1962 "Ricky" 

That voice . . . plants and potato chips . . . "You guys" 
. . . That "Maidenform" look. 

Corridor Proctor 2; Class Play 2, 3; New Fidelio 2; 
Fidelio 3, 4; Debating 4; Study Hall Proctor 4; First 
Team Lacrosse 2, 3. 



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EMVLY NATHALANG 

76 Sukumvit I, Bangkok, Thailand 

1960-1962 "Emvily" 

Those clothes . . . going to Washington from Boston 
. . . "What's that mean?" 

Chapel Proctor 3; Language Lab Proctor 3; Co-Chair- 
man of Refreshments, Bazaar Committee 3; W.U.S. 
Representative 3; Chapel Proctor 4; Language Lab 
Proctor 4; Parlor Committee 4. 





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SUSAN HAMMOND NIEBLING 

22 Eliot Street, Exeter, New Hampshire 

1960-1962 "Susie", "Niebles" 

Cuteness . . . "Exeter" ... I like to dance . . . "Hey 
you guys" . . . But I just like to draw. 

Fidelio 3, 4; Captain of Griffin First Team Hockey 4; 
Varsity Hockey 4; W.U.S. Representative 4; Senior 
Editor of Courant 4. 




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MARY BRIGHT NOYES 

Prattling Pond Road, Farmington, Connecticut 
1960-1962 "Molly" 

"Stop looking like a Sphinx" . . . "Now, dear on Sun- 
days we wear ..."... "Judy does bigger ones." . . . 
"Just how do you stop osmosis?" . . . shhhh. 

A.C.A. Representative 3; Chapel Proctor 3; Corridor 
Proctor 3; Student Forum 3; Vice-President of Class 4. 





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MARTHE OSBORNE 

32 Moon Hill Road, Lexington 73, Massachusetts 

1959-1962 "Marty" 

"Clean up time . . . Wilkie!" . . . "Will you kids please 
be more quiet?" . . . always dieting . . . hates rock 
and roll, but loves music. 

Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Andover Musical 2; New Fidelio 2; 
Fidelio 3, 4; Erratics 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 3; Class Play 
2, 3; Corridor Proctor 4; Madrigals 4; Cynosure 4. 



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INGRID QUARK 

Walnut Avenue, North Hampton, New Hampshire 
1960-1962 "Dink" 

"I've got a taperecorder at home.' 
"My roommates are great fun." . 
scholar ... "I hate dirty jokes!" 

Corridor Proctor 3; Honor Roll 3; Class Play 3; Exec- 
utive Committee of Bazaar 3; Debating Club 3; Fi- 
delio 3, 4; Choir 4; Madrigals 4; President of Debat- 
ing 4. 



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ANNE APPLETON RIPLEY 

Pilgrims Inn, Stockbridge, Massachusetts 

1960-1962 "Riple" 

Family girl . . . TEA . . . "What time is it?" . . . that 
gray skirt . . . "My sisters . . .". 

Tennis Sub-varsity 3; Chairman of Bazaar Committee 
3; Class Play 3; Choir 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Secretary of 
Fidelio 4; Madrigals 4. 




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MARY MASON SMITH 

1000 Ninth Street, Fairmont, West Virginia 
1960-1962 "Mary Mae" 

"He's a woof" . . . "It's freezing cold in here." . . . 
"I'll do it; I'll pick it up." . . . "TURN OFF THE 
LIGHT, MARY MAE!" . . . "You all ..."... sports(?). 

Sunday School Teaching 3; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4; 
Social Committee 4; Lister 4. 




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5917 Ramsgate Road, Washington 16, D.C. 



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EO MEKO! . . . "That's absolutely disgusting." . . . 
"I'm hungry" . . . always seen writing letters ... "I 
really ought to do some work now." . . . "What day 
is it?" 

W.U.S. Representative 4; Cynosure 4. 



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BARBARA HALLIDAY STONE 

33 Lee Run Road, Poland, Ohio 
1960-1962 "Barb", "Rock" 

"Yeah" . . . "guntey" . . . "I'm sorry" . . . first in four 
to fall asleep. 

Corridor Proctor 3; Class Play 3; Fire Proctor 4; 
Language Lab Proctor 4; Prom Committee 4; Gar- 
goyle Cheerleader 4; Yearbook Board 4. 








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LINDA RUTH SWANBERG 

Woodway Ridge Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut 
1959-1962 "Foxy" 

"Ya . . . ya" . . . "Hey Grayser" . . . Italian lover . . . 
"Yes Greth is a friend of mine!" 

Sub- Varsity Tennis 2, Varsity 3; Varsity Lacrosse 3; 
Cynosure Staff 3; New Fidelio 3, Fidelio 4; Captain 
of Griffin Team 4; Sunday School Teacher 4; Numer- 
als 4. 




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MERIBY SWEET 

2 Stinston Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Merf", "Merbs", "Virgil" 

"Down Castine way" . . . another box of candy? . . . 
". . . and the Gargoyles have a strong whistler." 

Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, Sub- Varsity 4; Class Play 1, 2, 
3; Proctor 1, 4; Numerals 2; Varsity Fencing 2, Sub- 
Varsity 3; Varsity Softball 3; Cheerleader 4; Honors 4. 








JULIA BOURNE THURBER 

West Wind Farm, Charlotte, Vermont 

1958-1962 "Judy" 

"Oh darn!" . . . "Oh no! I don't believe it!" ..."... 
that little one beside New Hampshire." 

Vice President of Class 1; A.C.A. Representative 1; 
Proctor 1; Class Play 2, 3; Class Treasurer 3; Fidelio 4. 



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ABBY CAMILLA VON DEB HEYDE 

9 West Hills Boad, New Canaan, Connecticut 

1959-1962 "Abbs", "Abberdo" 

Exuberant ... "I don't mean to get you off the sub- 
ject, but ..."... "guess what?" . . . "money again." 

Bazaar Play 2; Class Play 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 
4; Managing Editor of Cynosure 4; A. A. A. Treasurer 
4; Sub- Varsity Soccer 4. 





PATBICIA WABE 

10 Auburn Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

1959-1962 "Pat", "Wot-Pare" 

"Are you knitting the usual thing, Pat?" . . . "Does 
anyone need an Ace bandage?" . . . "We ell." 

A.C.A. Bepresentative 2; Class Play 2; New Fidelio 
2, Fidelio 3, 4; Chapel Proctor 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4, 
President of Choir 4. 




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MARY DUTCHER WELLS 

Sewall Road, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 

1959-1962 "Kim" 

"Hiya" . . . inferiority complex . . . "Oh, gross!" . . . 
"that's for sure." 

President of Class 2; Chapel Proctor 2; Corridor Proc- 
tor 3; Vice-President of A.C.A. 4; Honorable Mention 
3; Archery Varsity 2; New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; 
Choir 3, 4; "Erratics" 3, 4. 






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MARILYNNE ANN WEPSALA 

Box 237, Aramco, Abqaiq District, 
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 



1960-1962 "Mer", "Weps" 

"Hi people" . . . overactive hand motions ... "A 
frog went a courting, Ahwoo! Ahwoo!" . . . "zayn." 

W.U.S. Representative 3, 4; Debating 3, 4; Bazaar 
Committee Chairman 3. 



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DOROTHY TUFTS WHEELER 

Rrushy Ridge Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 

1958-1962 "Darcy" 

"Got a really nice letter" . . . pulling her hair out . . . 
"Really like that" . . . Reen to the P. A. Prom more 
than any P. A. boy. 

President of Class 1, 2; Honor Roll 1, 3; Honorable 
Mention 1, 3; Secretary of Class 4; Class Play 1, 2; 
Cynosure 3, 4; Senior Editor Courant 4; Mixer Com- 
mittee 4; Head Davis Hall Marshal 3; New Fidelio 3; 
Fidelio 4. 




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GRETCHEN MERCUR WHITEHEAD 

16 Edgehill Street, Princeton, New Jersey 
1959-1962 "Gretel", "Greetel" 

"Go Green!" . . . "so f-i-n-e" . . . "Come in Calvary 
Hill" . . . "Yea P'ton" . . . "GREAT" . . . Snoopy the 
dog. 

W.U.S. Representative 2; Class Play 2, 3; Varsity Soc- 
cer 3, 4; Varsity Lacrosse 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Nu- 
meral 3; Razaar Committee Chairman 3; Fidelio 4; 
Captain of Gargoyles 4. 



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CATHLYN PLATT WILKERSON 

363 Mayapple Road, Stamford, Connecticut 
1959-1962 'Wilkie" 

"Gotta get down to work" . . . unorganization PLUS 
. . . passion for white kitchen cake. 

Treasurer of A.C.A. 4; Proctor 3; Orchestra 3, 4; Class 
Play 2; New Fidelio 2; Fidelio 3, 4; "Erratics" 3, 4; 
Griffin Song Leader 4; Library Committee 4. 




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ELIZABETH MORRIS WOOD 

Lake Citritash, Amesbury, Massachusetts 

1958-1962 "Liz" 

"Bell!" . . . "I'll pick it up later" . . . "Would you have 
a maid to dinner?" 

A.C.A. Representative 2; W.U.S. Representative 2, 3; 
Honorable Mention 3; Corridor Proctor 3, 4; Numeral 
3; Honor Roll 3; Class Play 1, 2; Head of Hiking 4; 
Bazaar Committee Chairman 3; Courant Representa- 
tive 3; Assistant Editor Courant 3. 



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"Owl, you and 1 have brains. The others have fluff.' 



Senior Class Officers 




Peggy Henry, Treasurer; Darey Wheeler, Secretary; Miss Goodwin, Class Advisor; Hilary 
Field, President; Molly Noyes, Vice-President. 



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sometimes that a thing which seemed very Thinkish inside you is quite different 
when it gets out into the open and has other people looking at it. 



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Senior Mid Class 





OFFICERS-SECOND TERM 
C. Stern, Secretary; P. Meigs, Vice President; B. 
Proske, President; M. Brown, Treasurer. 



OFFICERS-FIRST TERM 
H. Watson, Secretary; M. Dean, Treasurer; C. 
Holcombe, President; M. Marshall, Vice President. 



Left to right 

N. Moll, J. Pachowsky, P. 
Meigs, Eliz. Moulton, M. Kim- 
ball, Em. Moulton, C. Krip- 
pendorf, D. Miller, M. Power, 
A. Miller, F. Moxon, M. Mar- 
shall, M. Pastoriza. 





Left to rifilit: B. Rugen, C. Sorenson, M. Wilkins, N. Ware, S. Price, A. Sample, S. Seech, J. 
Sutton, L. Upton, N. Sullivan, H. Watson, L. Stevenson, C. Stern, D. Youngblood, L. 
Richardson, J. VanAubel. 



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Bottom to Top: A. DeLeeuw, M. Fox, E. Bartelink, S. Archer, L. Colby, H. Hayes, M. 
Githungo, L. Fisher, Holbrook, M. Johnson, C. Bennet, M. Brown, W. Joline, D. Fitts, K. 
Hilgenforff, E. Cadbury, J. Butler, M. Ketcham, J. Goering, L. Golden, B. Eustace, C. 
Holcombe, K. Flack, M. Jasper, J. Gleason, B. Hoffman, J. Carter, H. Harmon, S. Coolidge, 
M. Kase, M. Dean, A. Harris, C. Flint. 



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Junior Class 




OFFICERS-FIRST TERM 

Corliss Hewitt, Treasurer; Sue Trafton, Presi- 
dent; Nancy Poynter, Vice-President; Robin 
Richards, Secretary. 




OFFICERS-SECOND TERM 
D. Thomson, Secretary; J. Schwiebert, Treas- 
urer; D. Kiarsis, President; E. Laaff, Vice- 
President. 



French House 




First Row: J. Proctor, K. Jones, E. Wood, N. Poynter, P. Roversi, C. Wells, K. Reinhold, P. 
Peterson, R. Monnatt. 

Second Row: B. Parsons, S. Van Winkle, D. Kiarsis, J. Shvveibert, H. Pafford, D. Thomson, 
L. Mack, G. Steimle, E. Laaff, M. Sturgeon, J. Meyers, L. Mahla, M. Travers, M. Webster. 
Back Roiv: R. Richards, J. Sharrock, J. Lang, S. Trafton. 



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Left to Right: C. Chamberlain, A. Brooks, L. Clark, L. Bingham, A. Anderson, C. Barker, 
M. Amy, T. Centano, M. Chase, D. Barraclough, S. Almy, I. Bever, M. Bateman, P. 
Bossi. 



Left to Right: P. Danos, F. Emerson, A. Holmes, M. Comstock, T. Clemens, E. Griswald, 
L. Eynon, C. Hewitt, N. Hopkins, J. Foster, A. Hartmann, H. Coolidge, M. Coleman, 
M. Foley. 



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Prep Class 




OFFICERS-FIRST TERM 
Treasurer, B. Sykes; Vice Presi- 
dent, H. Parson; Secretary, R. 
Tyler; President, C. Buxton. 




OFFICERS-SECOND TERM 
Treasurer, M. Babson; Vice President, E. Giblin; 
President, P. Carrick; Secretary, R. Tyler. 



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M. Fales, C. Couch, E. Birdsall, R. Gamble, 
P. Carrick, A. Dodd, M. Babson, B. Foote, C. 
Buxton, O. Bertsche, T. Brainerd, E. Giblin, 
C. Choy. 



B. Sykes, N. McArdle, C. Goer- 
ing, S. Umphrey, A. McDer- 
mott, G. Walker, T. Hughey, 
M. Warshaw, H. Parson, R. 
Tyler, J. Hyde, R. Wood. 




ORGANIZATIONS 




'Notice a meeting of everybody will meet at the House at Pooh Corner to pass a 
Rissolution By Order Keep to the left signed Rabbit." 



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Student Government 





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'The rissolution," said Rabbit, 
'is that we all sign it." 



Back Row: E. Laaff, D. Kiarsis, B. Parson, S. Archer, B. Proske, M. 
Noyes, M. Marshall, E. Giblin, P. Carrick, N. Poynter, C. Holcombe. 
Front Row: B. Crane, C. Bartlett, S. Allen, B. Brims, K. Krakaner, 
J. Davison. 



Demerit Council 




Back Row: N. Poynter, Karen Grant, M. Marshall, M. Noyes, B. Parson, E. Giblin, G. 

Haselton, M. Wells. 

Front Row: E. Laaff, B. Brnns, P. Meigs. 



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A. C. A. Officers 



A. C. A. Representatives 




C. Wilkerson, Treasurer; P. Larned, Secretary; 
J. Davison, President; M. Wells, Vice-President. 




Back: M. Brown, E. Laaff, K. Kaiser, M. Mason, M. Lyman, 

Em. Moulton, R. Tyler, V. Bertsche. 

Second: E. Schock, M. Wells, J. Davison, P. Larned, J. Goeh- 

ring. 

Front: N. McArdle, C. Wells. 



W. U. S. Representatives 




Back: M. Kimball, A. Miller, M. 
Travers, M. Fox, A. Schenck, H. 
Pafford, L. Moriarty. 
Front: S. Neibling, N. Hopkins, W. 
Joline, C. Choy, J. Hesketh, L. Shaw, 
B. Rugen, D. Kiarsis, M. Wepsala. 



"How long does getting 
thin take?" asked Pooh, 
anxiously. 




Choir 



G. Walker 
K. Grant 
B. Bradley 
S. Allen 
J. Proctor 
C. Flint 
A. Sample 
I. Quark 

A. Von der Hyde 
L. Mack 
C. Moore 
S. DeLeeuw 
P. Ware 
P. Lamed 
S. Abbott 

A. Ripley 
B. Bruns 
M. Wells 
M. Johnson 
B. Sykes 
D. Yoimgblood 




Back to Front, First Row: M. Johnson, B. Bruns, A. Von der Hyde, C. Dow, C. Humstone, 

C. Holcombe, F. Colby, A. Harris, M. Marshall. 

Second Row: L. Corson, C. Kerr, I. Quark, M. Wells, C. Abbott, C. Wilkerson, M. Henry, 

M. Osborne, C. Laaff. 

Third Row: A. Helfferich, B. Brown, K. Krause, J. Goehring, D. Youngblood, S. Neibling, B. 

Rugen, M. Brown, C. Krippendorf, N. Ware. 

Fourth Row: C. Flint, S. DeLeeuw, K. Grant, D. Miller, K. Flack, B. Cadbury, A. Sample, 

D. Wheeler, G. Whitehead, J. Carter. 

Fifth Roiv: C. Field, B. Haselton, A. Conrad, B. Bartlett, B. Bradley, M. Sweet, S. Allen, 
B. Blake, P. Lamed, C. Moore, M. Currier. 

Sixth Row: M. Smith, B. Bohlen, C. Everett, J. Gilbert, P. Gray, L. Swanberg, C. Matthews, 
L. Richardson, V. Crane, S. Seeche, Librarians, A. Ripley, K. Grant; President, C. Fisher. 



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Seated: K. Grant, P. Henry, J. Gilbert, M. Osborne, M. Wells, S. Allen. 




L. Hannon, M. Wepsala, C. Dow, N. Hopkins, C. Wells, I. Quark, C. Kimball, M. Power, N. 
Elwell, R. Muller, M. Bateman, M. Kimball, B. Blake, S. Farr, L. Corson. 



Debating 




"Think of all the pos- 
sibilities Piglet, be- 
fore you settle clown 
to enjoy yourself." 



Social Committee 



M. Concemi, L. Corson, L. Hughey, A. Sample, Kath. Grant- 
M. M. Smith, C. Matthews. 




Courant 



Standing: P. Meigs, E. Wood, 
S. Seech, L. Golden, A. Con- 
rad, D. Wheeler, A. Mac- 
Dougall, S. Niebling. 
Seated: Mrs. Werner, Advisor; 
H. Hayes, D. Youngblood, C. 
Flint, A. Helfferich, D. Fitts. 



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Front: E. Shock, A. Schenck, 
N. Elwell, Kath. Grant, D. 
Wheeler, B. Blake, A. Sample, 
L. Shaw, S. Ketcham, Karen 
Grant, D. Kiarsis. 
Back: M. Osborne, A. Von der 
Hyde, C. Field, M. Travers, A. 
Miller. 




"I think that I have just remembered something that I forgot to 
do ijesterday and shan't he able to do tomorrow." 

Circle 



S. Boynton, K. Krause, C. 
Moore, P. Gray, V. Crane, M. 
L. Currier, B. Stone. 




ATHLETICS 






"Could you ask your friend to do his exercises some- 
where else?" 



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A. A. A. Officers 



G. Whitehead, Gargolyes; B. Crane, 
President; K. Krause, Secretary; Kar- 
en Grant, Vice President; A. vonder- 
Hyde, Treasurer; L. Swanberg, Grif- 
fins. 



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"I know it seems easy," said Piglet," but it isn't every- 
one who could do it." 



A Society 



K. Krakauer, B. Crane, M. Sweet, M. 
Brown, Karen Grant. 




FOXY AND CAESER 



GRETCHEN AND LISTER 





GRIFFIN CHEERLEADERS 



GARGOYLE CHEERLEADERS 





Top to bottom: M. Wilkins, L. Golden, E. Barte- 
link, B. Brans, C. Matthews, B. Bradley, L. Gris- 
wold, C. Hewitt. 



Top to bottom: A. Anderson, R. Monatt, P. Carrick, 
M. Sweet, J. Davison, B. Stone, P. Henry, A. McCready. 




The Griffin Teams 



TENNIS 

S. Seeche, J. Gleason, B. Bohlen, W. Joline, A. Sample, C. 
Buxton. 




HOCKEY 

C. Holcombe, T. Corson, C. Dow, C. Matthews, A. Ripley, K. Kaiser, C. Wilkerson, B. Blake, 
M. Wepsala, V. Crane, S. Neibling (Captain). 




SOCCER 

B. Bradley, T. Upton, M. Marshall, K. Flack, A. Conrad, B. Haselton (Captain), D. Miller, 
B. Bruns, L. Colby, C. Stern, S. Farr, M. Brown. 



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The Gargoyle Teams 




TENNIS 

J. Sutton, M. Comstock, G. Walker, M. Coleman, C. Kerr, N. 
Ware. 




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HOCKEY 

M. L. Currier (Captain), J. Sharrock, D. Fitts, B. Crane, M. L. Kase, P. Moore, J. Goehring, 
E. Laaff, J. Davison, C. Kimball, S. Holbrook. 




SOCCER 

M. Sweet (Captain), K. Grant, K. Krause, P. Lamed, A. Harris, G. White, D. Kiarsis, L. 
Moriarty, A. Von der Hyde, K. Krakauer, M. Osborne, C. Flint. 



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"Don't hustle me," said Eeyore, getting up slowly. "Don't now-then me?" He 
took a piece of paper from behind his ear, and unfolded it. "Nobody knows any- 
thing about this. This is a Suprise." He coughed in an important way, and began 
again: "What-nots and Etceteras, before I begin, or perhaps I should saij, before 
I end, I have a piece of Poetry to read to you. Hitherto— hitherto— a long word 
meaning— well, you'll see ivhat it means directly— hither, as I was saying, all the 
Poetry in the Forest has been written by Pooh, a Bear with a Pleasing Manner 
but a Positively Startling Lack of Brain. The Poem which I am about to read to 
you was written by Eei/ore, by Myself, in a Quiet Moment. If somebody will 
take Roo's bull's-eye away from him, and wake up Owl, we shall be able to 
enjoy it. I call it POEM." 



We are going. 

At least we think we are. 

Where? 

Nobody knows. 

But we are going— 

I mean we goes 

(To rhyme with "knows") 

Do we care? 
(To rhyme with "where") 
We do 
Very much. 

(7 haven't got a rhyme for the "are" 
in the second line yet. Bother. ) 
(Now I haven't got a rhyme for bother. Bother.) 
These two bothers will have to rhyme with each other. 
Buther. 

The fact in this is more difficult than we thought, 
We ought 

(Very good indeed) 
We ought 
To begin again, 
But it is easier 
To stop. 

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Sends— 

I mean all your friend 
Send— 

(Very awkward this, it keeps going wrong) 
Well, anyhow, we send 
Our love. 

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IS OQZR-j fl^>^ WE'LL HAV)€ 

TO SRV goo^-ry 

UE SORE UlLL MISS VOU 





J/uft Stadco 



Official "Circle" Photographer 



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MARY ANN'S CARD 


ANDOVER 


& YARN SHOP 


PLAYHOUSE 


Fine Yarns and Greeting Cards 




Personalized Stationery 


Essex Street Andover 


92 Main Street 




Andover Massachusetts 




D'AMORE'S 


^^ FLOWERS 

ANDOVER. MASS ..-„-»». t .. r .,-.«,... 

TEL. GR 5 2929 FROM THE HEART 


SHOE CLINIC 

Main Street, Andover, Mass. 
MUSGROVE BUILDING 


SCHOOL JEWELRY WATCHES 




JOHN H. GRECOE 


FOOTWEAR 


Watchmaker 
Jeweler 


Style and Quality 


Optician 


REINHOLD'S 


Certified Repair Service 


13 Main Street Andover 


46 MAIN STREET 




ANDOVER -:- -:- MASS. 





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Phone: GR 5-1136 

~JI%e leaven 

BEAUTY SHOPPE 



28 Park Street 

Andover, Massachusetts 

Opposite the Fire Station 

We Pride Ourselves on Our 
Scalp Treatments, Facials, 
air Stylings and Permanents 




Congratulations to the 
CLASS OF 1962 

FORD'S COFFEE SHOP 
Main Street — Andover 

Where the Abbot girls meet 



IV/I ERRIMACK 

VALLEY NATIONAL BANK 



Continuous Community Service since 1814 



Andover 

Georgetown 

Haverhill 

Lawrence 

Merrimac 

Methuen 

North Andover 

MASSACHUSETTS 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. 



"Things Different" 

Clothes and Accessories 
of the Better Type 



JfaUdJ^ 



s»*P* 



ANDOVER, LOWELL - MASS. 



Kenneth P. Thompson 
Co., Inc. 

Gifts, Magazines 
and School Supplies 

For Every Student's Needs 

Main Street ANDOVER 



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LAWRENCE WHOLESALE DRUG CO. 



Lawrence 



Massachusetts 



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DALTON'S PHARMACY 



Druggists 



Andover — Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

BISHOP'S 




404 SOUTH MAIN STREET — ROUTE 28 

ANDOVER. MASSACHUSETTS 

GReenleaf 5-1996 

edward a. romeo 



stones 

HOUSE AND BARN 

• COCKTAILS — LUNCHEONS — DINNERS — SPECIAL FUNCTIONS • 



Compliments of 



MARUM'S RETAIL 



Everett Mill 



15 Union Street 



LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS 




Wedding Invitations 
Complete Service 

Fine Stationery and Engraving 
GIFTS GREETINGS CARDS 

M. T. BIRD & CO. 

39 West Street, Boston 
1286 Beacon Street, Brookline 



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S. S. PIERCE CO. 




Est. 1831 


THE ANDOVER 


BOSTON, MASS. 


BOOKSTORE 


Home of Delicious Foods 





Best of Luck 

to 

The Class 

of 1962 



Compliments Of 




WRIGHT & DITSON 


Compliments 


Girls' School and College 


of 


Outfitters 




462 BOYLSTON STREET 


LOOK PHOTO, INC. 


Boston 16, Massachusetts 





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TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE 



PARENTS 



DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP! 



BUY 

U. S. Savings Bonds 



STUDENT TOURS 



TO EUROPE 



TO MEXICO 



BERMUDA 



NASSAU 



BASSETT TOURS 24 Main Street, Haverhill, Mass. 



Shawsheen Manor 

Andover, Massachusetts 



Greenleaf 5-5800 



FINE FOOD - COCKTAIL LOUNGE 



The Dame Shop, Inc. 

40 Main Street — Andover 

- GR 5-1658 - 

Intimate Apparel for Mother 
and Daughter 

HANDBAGS - HOSIERY 
LINGERIE - FOUNDATIONS 



With Grateful Appreciation to Abbot 

from 
Jane and John Field 



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With all Good Wishes 



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Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Bartlett 



Compliments Of 

A FRIEND 


ANTON'S CLEANERS 

47 Harnden St. 357 No. Main St. 

Reading Andover 
"Where Drycleaning is an Art" 


Compliments of 

Howard Ketcham, Inc. 


Best Wishes 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric 1. Brainerd 


GOOD LUCK 
Class of '62 


Compliments Of 

A Friend 



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ANDOVER OFFICE 

Mrs. David Darling, Mgr. — Mrs. Frederick Kidd 
Mrs. John Abbott Tel. Tu 7-2623 

A COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 
with SIX OFFICES for your convenience 

Uptown Boston — Downtown Boston — Cambridge 
Milton — Hamilton — Andover 

HUNNEMAN and COMPANY, Inc. 
REALTORS 

19 CONGRESS ST., BOSTON Rl 2-4430 
5 ARLINGTON ST., BOSTON CO 6-4430 



SMART & FLAGG, INC. 

Insurance Exclusively 

BANK BUILDING 
Greenleaf 5-6161 
62 MAIN STREET 

At Corner of Chestnut Street 




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CAMBRIDGE 




ANDOVER 



THE ANDOVER SHOP 

Tailors and Finishers 



With the Compliments of 


"So he sat down and sang another verse, *(fo 
while he wondered what to do." ^M 

Erratics 15« 


YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS 


^k * *rL ^*^*l 


Publishers of The Yale Shakespeare 


///ft s Wwii V 




^$$®$**w 






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LEVAGGI'S 


Billings, Inc. 


Route 28 - North Reading 

Tel. NO 4-3133 




under the personal direction and 


Jewelers 


ownership of Charles Kostandin of 

CHARLES' 


26 Main Street Andover 


Steak House 
Routes 125 and 133 


Phone Gr 5-0742 


NORTH ANDOVER - MASS. 

Tel. MU 2-7732 



Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



The Furniture Barn, 
Inc. 


Your Host of the Highways— 


North Andover, Mass. 


Howard Johnson's 


Specialists in 
EARLY AMERICAN and 


Route 28 Andover, Mass. 


COLONIAL FURNITURE 




And ACCESSORIES 


LANDMARK FOR HUNGRY AMERICANS 


Also Distinctive Gifts for the Home 





J. P. EATON & W0LLAST0N PROVISION, INC. 

13-17 Faneuil Hall Market 
BOSTON 9, MASS. 

CApitol 7-1217 -:- - : - Richmond 2-3452 



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FLAMINDROES 


Morissey Taxi Service 


R 
o 


Paul W. Collins, Prop. 


C 
K 


32 Park Street 


Blah 


ANDOVER MASS. 


B 


Telephone GR 5-3000 


a 
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c&u* 4* w 



(BfijffiH0 

'Merrimack Valley s Leading 
Family Department Store" 

11 Main St. ANDOVER, MASS. 
309 Essex St. LAWRENCE, MASS. 

Telephone GR 5-6161 




At Abbot nearly everybody reacfe 
THe Cynosure 



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TO M.A.H. 



from 



The Class of 

'62 



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"Same to you and twice on 
Thursdays," said Eeyore gloomily. 



Compliments of 

Sealtest 
Ice Cream 



Congratulations '62 
from Vietnam 



Thank You, Ottmar! 




On July 3, 1886, in the composing room 
of the New York Tribune an historic 
event took place. Seated at the key- 
board of his new machine, Ottmar 
Mergenthaler handed to Whitelaw 
Reid a slug of metal. Reid exclaimed, 
"It's a line-of-type!" Thus was christened 
the forerunner of today's modern line- 
casting machine: the Linotype. 

Here at Portland Lithograph Company, 
this machine plays an important part 
in yearbook production and careful, 
accurate typesetting is always a leading 
factor for an outstanding annual. 



Portland Lithiogretphi Company 



252 Spring Street 



SPruce 2-0131 



Portland, Maine 



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The 

Yankee Lady 

ANDOVER 

At 89 MAIN STREET 
Old Andover Village Center 

Featuring - CASUAL WEAR 

DRESSES - SKIRTS - BERMUDAS - 

SLACKS - SHIRTS - BLOUSES - 

SWEATERS - SUITS - SEPARATES - 

HANDBAGS - SHOES - HATS 



PHINNEY'S 

TEMPLE'S ELECTRIC & RADIO SHOP, INC. 

Records — Radios — TV — Stereo 

Repairs On All Makes TV 

ROBT. W. PHINNEY 

93 Main Street 
ANDOVER, MASS. Tel. GR 5-1175 



HilPs Hardware 



Athletic Goods 



Main Street Andover, Mass. 




Tauline- 



...CVks. "Boqbee -- Ait of Os send 
auR verY Best to You ...<anD Yours 



Telephone GR 5-1855 

ANDE'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

Thirty-one Main Street 

Andover — Massachusetts 

Ande's Coiffures Reflect Quality 
and Style 



The Coffee Mill 



Breakfast — Luncheon — Supper 



125 MAIN STREET 



Andover 



Mass. 



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Compliments of 


Lampros Bros., Inc. 


A FRIEND 


600 Essex Street 




LAWRENCE - MASS. 



'It's the middle of the night, which is 
a good time for going to sleep." 




The Dodge Associates, Inc. 



Care of Trees and Shrubs 



WENHAM 


A. R. Retelle 


MASS 


Andover Office 




GR 5-0841 



- BOSTON 



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PATRONS 



'Congratulations to the Class of '62' 



Mr. & Mrs. Norman Barraclough 
Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Bateman, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. A. B. Cecil, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank B. Concemi 
Mr. Paul R. Conrad 
Mr. & Mrs. Willard H. Currier 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Davison 
Mr. & Mrs. David K. Elwell 
Mr. & Mrs. Clifford C. Goehring 
Mr. Tracy Griswold 
Mr. & Mrs. Karl Haartz 
Mr. & Mrs. Wallace M. Haselton 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Hesketh 



Mr. & Mrs. W. L. Hewitt 
Mr. & Mrs. Byron Hughey 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Hyde 
Dr. Clifford G. Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. George S. Laaff 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Rogers Mallory 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Mason 
Mr. & Mrs. Horace M. Poynter 
Mr. Rolf Quark 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel E. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Stone 
Mr. Donald C. Umphrey 
Mr. Creigh C. Wagner 




aOK 

"If anybody wants to clap" said Eeyore when he had 
read this, "now is the time to do it." 



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